93 points Jeb Dunnuck
"Made all from the Moscatel de Alejandría grape, the 2015 Selección Especial #1 is brilliant stuff. White peach, tangerine, and pineapple notes all emerge from this sexy, exuberant, sweetly fruited beauty. It has good acidity, awesome purity of fruit, and a clean, even elegant style, that makes it a joy to drink. It's going to be incredibly versatile and should work with tapas, cheese plates, or a fruit dessert. These are unfortified dessert wines and it takes 15 pounds of grapes to make a single bottle of this beauty."
91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The 2015 Seleccion Especial (#1) comes from the steep slate mountain vineyards of Malaga, where the yields range from 0.36 to 0.40 tons of fruit per acre, all of it Muscat from the clone known as Muscat de Alexandria. This wine spent eight months on its lees in stainless steel. It has a light color and an extraordinary fragrant nose of exotic fruits and spring flowers followed by a zesty, light, but intense Muscat. The real challenge is what to compare this wine with. For my part, drinking it by itself as an aperitif, or at the end of a meal, seems the correct way to treat this complex, very intriguing and historic, slightly sweet wine. The candied fruit character and bright acidity balances out the wine's sweetness. So there is nothing cloying or heavy about it."
90 points Wine Enthusiast
"Don't let the near nonexistence of color fool you, because this is a nice racy-sweet Moscatel. Aromas of citrus peel and air freshener are mild, while this feels juicy. Tropical fruit and citrus flavors finish lean except for a touch of viscosity."
Vinous Reverie Notes
Málaga. Location: Vélez-Málaga, Alta Axarquía, the most historic subzone D.O. Málaga. 100% Muscat of Alexandria. The oldest variety in the Muscat family and one of the few remaining genetically unmodified vitis vinifera cultivars remaining in the world today. The Phoenicians transplanted this grape from Alexandria, Egypt to Málaga approximately 2,600 years ago. Soils: Decomposed slate with small a small percentage of white quartz. Located in the mountains of the Axarquía. No organic matter. Climate: Extremely dry Mediterranean climate. The Axarquia is at high elevation which results in cool winters with no frost and warm summers. Our vineyard sites are oriented to the north, which protects the vineyards from the prevailing winds. Tasting Notes: Golden color. Honey, candied fruits, and white flowers. An opulent mouth feel balanced out by bright acidity.